Griffith University biomechanical researchers have produced what could be the ultimate coaching tool for elite sport - a next-generation ‘Digital Athlete’ that replicates an individual’s anatomy, both inside and out.
Sixathletesassociated withGriffith have been selected in theUnder 23, Under 21and Under 19 Australian Rowing Teams to compete at the World Rowing Cup 3 Simulation Regatta in June.
Griffith has renewed two key community sporting partnerships to ensure grass roots collaborations continue.
Elite athlete, Olympian and Griffith Bachelor of Business student Matthew Denny has been awarded UniSport Australia's 2019 Male Athlete of the Year.
Zac Stubblety-Cook has been awarded Academic Athlete of the Year at Griffith's 2019 Blues Awards for Sporting Excellence.
A confident Griffith University squad has travelled to Tasmania for the opening game of the inaugural Women’s Aon Uni 7s Series. Griffith face University of Adelaide in Friday’s opener with kick-off at 2pm, in a game which will be livestreamed by the Australian Rugby Union. Australian Sevens Rugby recruit Demi Hayes will link up with […]
When Sharath Achanta became the first Indian to win a table tennis gold at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, an eight-year-old countryman was inspired while watching on television in southern India.